New Canadians arriving in Winnipeg are introduced to their new country by volunteering at a rural music and art festival. What could be more Canadian than that?
Bhaktimarga Swami will present a ‘Krishna Culture Festival’ at Westminster United Church with drama, music and a play tonight (Wed. July 22) at 7 p.m.
Nicholas Winton, who died on Canada Day at the age of 106, saved the lives of hundreds of children fleeing the horrors of Hitler and the Nazis 70 years ago.
Program helps parents be the best at the most important job they will ever have.
Local group gives youth worldly experience in effort to build Winnipeg’s soccer community.
The meaning and impact of a relationship with one’s dad goes way beyond the third Sunday in June.
Hundreds of conscious acts of kindness will be performed on Wed. Jun 3 as part of Conscious Kindness, the first of four Winnipeg Wednesdays celebrating United Way of Winnipeg’s 50th anniversary.
The thunder roared on a sunny day in Winnipeg as 1,400 motorcycle riders started their engines for this year’s annual Ride For Dad.
Responding to changes in the practice of medicine, Canadian Blood Services close some collection sites but are quick to remind us that regular blood donations are still desperately needed.
With over 300,000 households at risk of eviction as federal funding expires, a documentary explores the human cost of homelessness in Winnipeg.